New York interior design firm Roman and Williams has combined decorative Victorian elements with references to New York’s jazz age in its ornate interior for the NoMad hotel in London.
Set in the former Bow Street Magistrates Court and Police Station in Covent Garden, the hotel is the first international outpost from American hospitality chain NoMad.
NoMad London features 91 guest rooms (top and above)
Its Grade II-listed building, which dates back to the late 1800s, houses 91 hotel rooms, a glass-domed restaurant-cum-greenhouse, a bar styled like a classic British pub and a grand ballroom set within the original court.
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